Sächsischer Hof Weimar
Weimar's traditional restaurant on Herderplatz with Thuringian cuisine, beer garden, comfortable guest rooms and carriage service. It was here that the ducal mouth chef François le Goullon earned his fame and wrote the then popular cookbook "The elegant tea table ..."
Today, the Sächsischer Hof serves regional specialities, roasts, poultry and fish at lunch and dinner, with or without Thuringian dumplings. The menu includes fine wines from the region and the famous Kutscher beer.
For an overnight stay in the house where Johann Wolfgang Goethe spent his first weeks in Weimar from November 1775 to March 1776, spacious double rooms and flats are available at reasonable prices. Pets are welcome! The Sächsischer Hof also runs a horse-drawn carriage service and offers entertaining city tours for small and large groups.